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Самый лучший первый
класс авиакомпаний за 2006 год
© Cathay Pacific
This September, Cathay Pacific turned 60, and the airline is rolling out
a slew of cabin improvements to commemorate the birthday. In first class,
private relaxation suites--complete with massage capability--are being
introduced; the seat can convert from armchair to chaise lounge to bed.
In-seat power and spacious workstations are available, as well as a
nifty personal closet where you can store clothes and shoes during
flight. A 17-inch personal TV screen, adjustable to any angle, provides
for very luxurious viewing.
The service on Dubai-based Emirates, an 18-year-old airline, has taken
first-class pampering to new heights. Emirates recently spent $1.8
billion installing upgraded amenities across the fleet, including "first-class
suites" on its A340-500 planes. The suites consist of leather
convertible flat-bed seats with massage functionality, down pillows and
cotton-lined blankets. Seven-course meals are served on Royal Doulton
bone china with linen napkins.
© Singapore Airlines
Singapore Airlines announced $360 million worth of changes across all
cabins of service this fall; in first class, that translates to an
eight-seat cabin, where each seat is 35 inches wide, upholstered in
leather, and convertible to a full-size flat bed. In-seat power supply,
a 23-inch LCD TV screen, USB port and noise reduction headsets all come
standard, as do Givenchy amenities and on-demand catering and
© All Nippon Airways
All Nippon Airways
ANA's first-class cabins feature wide, 33-inch seats that convert to
beds--silk sheets, down duvets and sleep suits all provided. Each seat
has its own 15-inch monitor with on-demand audio and video entertainment,
and ANA's EUPHONY sound system filters out background noise like engine
hum or passenger chatter. Krug Grand Cuvée is served onboard with
Iranian caviar as a welcome treat, and hot, freshly cooked rice is
served with every meal.
© Qatar Airways
Passengers flying first class on Qatar Airways are delivered to the
airport in a BMW 7 Series vehicle and can unwind in a first class lounge
on the A340-600 planes. Lie-flat beds come with feather duvets, slippers
and pajamas, and the gourmet ten-course meal service includes caviar,
lobster, prawns, Arabian mezzas, chocolate, cheese platters, fresh
cappuccino and a fine selection of global wines.
© Thai Airways
On Thai Airways Royal First Class Service, the champagne--Cuvée Dom
Perignon 1996, La Grande Dam 1995, Veuve Clicquot--flows freely, as does
a selection of premium wines and soft drinks. Classic Thai food is
served on china dishes with silverware and restaurant-style place
settings, and passengers receive a personal video player on which they
watch selections from the onboard library.
© South African Airways
South African Airways
South African Airways' first class Millennium Product is available on
its Boeing planes and features a 180-degree lie-flat bed and a large
table for dining or working. Seats also come with adjustable reading
lights, video on demand and complimentary sleeper suits for a snug nap.
Passengers are given the choice between a single or double suite.
© Malaysia Airlines
In the U.K. and France, the Malaysia Airlines first class experience
begins with a helicopter pickup. The 12-seat cabin features sleeper
seats with dining tables that accommodate two. Food is served with
silver forks and knives, Italian glassware and china. Champagne, liquor
and vintage wine accompany each meal. Satay--chicken, beef or lamb
skewers--is the airline's most famous dish, and onboard faxing is
available for business people.
© British Airways
One of the perks of flying BA first class is the custom-made amenity bag
created by designer Anya Hindmarch. Each bag contains basics and
gender-specific add-ons like Amanda Lacey cleanser for women and a
Wilkinson Sword Xtra2 razor for men. The cabin resembles a Rolls Royce,
with Connolly leather and cashmere-style and velvet fabrics. Lie-flat
beds, on-demand dining--including spa cuisine from Chiva-Som--and 18
channels of entertainment round out the experience.
© Gulf Air
Gulf Air boasts a team of specialized service people, including
chauffeurs, flight attendants, cabin service managers, chefs and nannies.
Passengers are picked up in a BMW 7 Series vehicle, and onboard seats
are crafted from New Zealand wool with leather, silk cushions and beech
paneling. There are only eight passengers per first class cabin, and
each seat has a personal 15-inch screen. European and Middle Eastern
dishes are on offer, and the adjacent seats can be combined into a table